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Restoration of Native Baboon-plant Mutualisms Following Biocontrol of the Invasive Prickly Pear Cactus (Opuntia stricta) in Kenya
Author(s):Dyck, Marissa A.
When mammals select for fleshy fruits of introduced species, subsequent seed dispersal may increase a potential invader's rate of establishment and spread. We assessed whether olive baboons (Papio anubis) select for the ...
Zooarchaeology of the Native American Sturgeon Fishery in Coastal Oregon, 350 BC to AD 1150
Author(s):Grindle, Elizabeth Dalyn
Sturgeons are not found often in the archaeological record due to their largely cartilaginous skeleton. What remains are the scutes, bony scale-like plates found on the outside of the body, and some diagnostic cranial ...